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After the Halo event of 2552, there is a brief but violent period of civil war among the humans. Two armies on opposite sides of a canyon, the Reds and Blues, fight in the most worthless piece of real estate in the galaxy.
The world of high action cinema comes to a screeching crawl in this jaw-dropping series. Flames, water streams, exploding watermelons, and even a point blank paintball shot are no match for the Slow Mo Guys!
The story takes place in the world of Remnant, which is filled with supernatural forces and shadowy creatures known as the Grimm. Prior to the events of the series, mankind waged a battle of survival against the Grimm before discovering the power of a mysterious element called Dust, which allowed them to fight back against the monsters. In the present day, Dust is used to power magical abilities and weapons. Those who use these abilities to battle the Grimm are known as Huntsmen and Huntresses. The series focuses on four girls, each with her own unique weapon and powers. Together, they form a team at Beacon Academy in the city of Vale, where they are trained to become Huntresses. Written by
Blake Belladonna's character was inspired by the character of Belle from "The Beauty and The Beast". This is referenced in her last name Belladonna and also in the "Black" trailer, when she is with a boy named Adam. Adam is the name of the man who became The Beast in Beauty and the Beast (1991). See more »
The single most poorly animated TV show I have seen in my lifetime.
This show looks like an Indie game from the early PS2 era. It looks like it was animated by those companies who make ripoffs of Disney movies that you find at the dollar store. It looks like it was made by a 3-year old who just took a "My first animation" course, which he failed, because he's 3 and can't grasp the concept of computers yet. Things phase through each other like it's nothing, there's no shading, and, for being made for English voice actors, it makes it all the sadder that the lips movements never sync up with the dialogue. I have nothing against Rooster Teeth, I really don't, and my friends even recommended this show to me repeatedly, but I found the animation so jarring and uncanny that I can't give it anything more than 1 star.
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